Employee Confidentiality Agreements – Time to review in light of the NLRB’s position being asserted in various cases

Many non-union employers require their employees to sign confidentiality agreements as part of regular operating practices. I have seen confidentiality clauses like the following in employee handbooks and in stand alone confidentiality agreements: Confidential Information Employees deal with and have Continue reading

Who has to pay to replace a shopping center roof? Generally the landlord in Missouri absent specific lease language even in a triple net lease

In Whyzmuzis v. Plaza Shoe Store, Inc., the court was faced with a dispute between the tenant claim constructive eviction and the landlord claiming breach of a repair obligation of tenant arising out of a requirement for roof replacement in Continue reading